A few weeks ago we finished up a four-part blog series about the basics of real time spectrum analysis. In the blog series we discussed the basics of how a spectrum analyzer works, why we need them, and the differences between spectrum analysis and real time spectrum analysis, among other things. Armed with this basic knowledge, we’re now going to spend the next few weeks discussing some examples of spectrum analyzer applications that exist in the RF and electronics industries.
So stay tuned. We’ll post our first article in the series next week, discussing the topic of interference hunting. Knowing how a spectrum analyzer works is one thing, but seeing how they’re used as tools in the real world is the fun part.
All posts in this series
- Practical Real Time Spectrum Analyzer Applications Part 1 — Basics Of Interference Hunting And Spectrum Monitoring
- Practical Real Time Spectrum Analyzer Applications Part 2 — RTSA Zero Span Mode For Pulsed Signal Analysis
- Practical Real Time Spectrum Analyzer Applications Part 3 — Capturing Digital Signals with RTSAs and Vector Signal Analysis Tools